New England Patriots
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has ruled on Tom Brady’s appeal, deciding to uphold his four-game suspension for his role in the DeflateGate scandal.
A closer look at New England’s 2015 receiving corps.
Still awaiting word on commissioner Roger Goodell’s decision on the quarterback’s appeal of a four-game suspension, Brady reported to Patriots training camp on Monday.
The National Football League is finally admitting its own role in the “scandal” known as DeflateGate, albeit without stating so directly.
The Patriots, who resigned kicker Stephen Gostkowski earlier this month, have now reportedly locked up their punter as well.
The NFL is reportedly trying to wear down Tom Brady into accepting a suspension for DeflateGate.
With winning comes a lot of hate around the country, so this should come as no surprise.
If you were thinking Roger Goodell would dump his decision on Tom Brady’s suspension appeal just before the weekend, it doesn’t sound like that will be the case.
Here’s another new first for Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
Brown, 30, is a veteran of eight NFL seasons — seven with San Francisco, and most recently one year with the Raiders.